United Airlines expects first-quarter consolidated passenger RASM to rise 16%-17% year-over-year to 11.44-11.54 cents, while mainline unit revenue should surge 16.5%-17.5% to 10.5-10.59 cents, parent company UAL Corp. said yesterday in a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. It said lower capacity and revenue resulting from the February storms in the eastern US boosted consolidated RASM growth by 0.4 point. First-quarter mainline unit cost excluding fuel, profit sharing and ...

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